Opponent cancer by practicing yoga

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Cancer is not an obstacle to an active life. One type of exercise that can improve both healthy serenity is yoga.

Based on research, yoga can help a person suffering from cancer treatment. Harvard Medical School Mental Health Letter stated, yoga can reduce stress and anxiety, thereby reducing a rapid heart rate, lowers blood pressure, and facilitate respiration.

Moreover, patients who practiced yoga be not too feel the pain than those who do not yoga. Research at Duke University also showed yoga meditation at the same time can reduce depression, anxiety and insomnia.

Medical research, yoga is beneficial for one's physical and emotional. Here are four benefits of yoga for cancer patients.
 
1. Reduce depression, fear and anxiety
Cancer patients not only feel physically sick. Often they are also disturbed mind because they feel death is in sight. They became depressed.

With yoga that includes breathing exercises, based on the research shown to affect immune function, an imbalance of the autonomic nervous system, and psychological disorders or stress.

Yoga breathing exercises to calm one's mind. A person will feel more relaxed, thereby reducing anxiety. Yoga meditation at the same time while regulating breathing can eliminate sadness, fear, and anxiety.

The phenomenon is never done yoga therapy by ovarian cancer survivor, Sierra Campbell. Yoga has reduced stress and re-fix the sleep cycle.

2. Improve the mood for the better
Based on this research, the practice of yoga can improve a person's mood or the mood for the better. Some yoga can make the body releases endorphins that make into a good mood and positive thoughts.

Several studies have also shown that yoga can increase the level of gamma-aminobutyric acid, a neurotransmitter of the brain that plays an important role in regulating the nervous system and manage a person's mood.

Not only that, regular yoga practice can make people feel more appreciated. They have confidence in their physical appearance, feel stronger, or physical condition overall feel better.

3. Helps to reduce pain in the body
Yoga also can manage the pain experienced during cancer treatment. Research has shown that women who suffer from cancer at the time of recovery will feel the pain reduced and not stress if the routine practice of yoga.

Slow motion when yoga can help extend the range of motion, increase circulation, and relax muscle tension to speed up the recovery process.

4. Yoga gives spirit
Support from family, relatives, and people around is very important for people with cancer. When yoga in a group, a cancer patient can socialize and get encouragement. Especially when meeting with fellow sufferers who also was battling cancer.